Poems by Roger Stevens
Much easier to say than the original I think you'll agree. I mean, fancy writing a poem where every word starts with the same letter. How silly is that?
That's totally 'triffic!
What amount of lumber might a groundhog toss? if a marmot was capable of discarding the hard fibrous substance that makes up the greater part of the stems and branches of trees???
Or:How much wood could a woodchuck chuck,if a woodcuck could chuck wood.
Very good. One for my next anthology perhaps, Jonathan.Any more suggestions?
Sally vends thehard calcareous covering of salt water dwelling creaturessouth, near the quayside.
perhaps it could use a comma after "creatures".
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